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August 3, 2009

Preview: OdysseyStage: A Spell of Cold Weather

Filed under: Preview, Theater — Tags: , , , — ArtsCenter @ 11:28 pm

An OdysseyStage production of the award-winning children’s play, A Spell of Cold Weather by Charles Way. A Spell of Cold Weather tells the story of Betty and Bob, a farm couple who have let all the fun go out of their lives. When their niece Holly arrives for a visit, she meets the farm’s mischievous fairy Tomos Trickman. Together this dynamic duo rejuvenate Betty, Bob, and their farm. A magical play for all audiences.

Photo courtesy of artscenterlive.org.

An OdysseyStage production of the award-winning children’s play, A Spell of Cold Weather by Charles Way. A Spell of Cold Weather tells the story of Betty and Bob, a farm couple who have let all the fun go out of their lives. When their niece Holly arrives for a visit, she meets the farm’s mischievous fairy Tomos Trickman. Together this dynamic duo rejuvenates Betty, Bob, and their farm.

OdysseyStage’s A Spell of Cold Weather is coming to the ArtsCenter at University Mall Saturday, August 15 and Saturday, August 22, 2009, at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Tickets to the show are $5!

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